Friday podcast: Unison’s Dave Prentis, Jeremy Paxman, middle class discrimination, and the CIPD

Our weekly HR news and analysis audio programme includes:

  • Two-thirds of respondents to an online Personnel Today poll think the CIPD is no longer relevant to HR leaders
  • We delve into the mind of one of the biggest union leaders Dave Prentis to find out what makes him tick and his thoughts on current employment law for HR professionals
  • We discuss whether middle-class white men are being discriminated against at the BBC, as newsreader Jeremy Paxman has claimed.

Presenter Louisa Peacock is joined by Greg Pitcher, Guy Logan and Rob Moss.
Produced by Louisa Peacock. Co-edited by Louisa Peacock, Guy Logan and Rob Moss.

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